Random walk, scattering, and invariant imbedding --I: one-dimensional discrete case.

by Richard Ernest Bellman, Robert E. Kalaba

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A method of treating problems involving random walk processes, based upon the principle of invariant imbedding. Since scattering processes are often formulated in terms of random walk, a new method of treating scattering processes is used. In subsequent papers the same methodology will be applied to corresponding problems for multi-dimensional regions and to continuous versions.

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